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stores. it turns out he might be making it miserable. not all will have scott. this bible changed the world. i'm kirk cameron. four hundred years ago our forefathers risked their lives to bring this bible to the shores of america. because it contained the principals for economic liberty, political liberty and religious freedom. the 1599 geneva bible. it was the first complete english translation, complete with chapters, numbered verses and 300,000 utterly unique study notes. it actually came out before the king james version and because the government didn't authorize it, it was outlawed. but it was a bible by the people, for the people, the book that built america. and now for the first time in 400 years it's available again in a beautiful leather edition. i have one, i want you to have yours too. please visit genevabible.com and get your copy of this rare and historic version of god's word today. thank you and may god bless you. >> good morning to you. it is now quarter past the hour. george h.w. bush is still in the hospital but his condition is improving. he was admitted for b
to be a writer in college. i failed miserably. a professor said everything has been set but not everything has been said superbly. even if it had, everything must be
miserable. they talk to their dogs like their children. having a child is a joy. seeing a kid in a batman costumes with his bear feet sticking out saying how he will kill bane, heaven on earth, the punk unicorn. every day they give me wonderful gifts. i want to cry when i think of all of the people who don't have it. >> misery loves company. i hear that when they are with their wives or their wives are watching. but then i go to their wedding and what do i hear when they get in the corner? feed me. get me out of this living hell. these people #r* succeeding the life -- are suking the life out of me. i think she is seeing the post man. >> we we are all miserable and we all hate our marriages. is that what you are saying? >> try hugging a two-year-old. >> no, i will get arrested. >> you people with children spend way too much time justifying your -- yourselves. >> it was a question. i never brought it up. >> it goes on and on and on and moreover the study is nonsense. they only looked at people that went to ivf clinics. it is like asking if someone spends lots of money and is willing to ris
makes you so curious. >> get my gun! >> also opening today is "les miserables" starring ann hathaway ♪ deliver me from this hell i'm living ♪ >> so if you even want to be more depressed this holiday season go check out those movies. anyway, we want to review those movies and tell you if they're worth seeing or not. our senior editor from rotten tomatoes.com gray drake is with me now. good morning and merry christmas. >> merry christmas. >> i'm glad you have your santa hat on. we love that. >> thank you. anything i can do. ho, ho, ho. >> well, like i said, these two movies aren't exactly uplifting holiday fare. is it unusual they're being released at christmas time? >> you know, the reason these movies are released at christmas time is because they're great. and this is the time of year where we need things to blow off steam so we go to the movies. and even though you're right. they're not the most uplifting things in the world they're fantastic. there is so much good stuff to see in the theater that anybody, whether they want to go with their family or without their family you'll
, we are going to talk about that very controversial and popular movie les miserable and indi arie was a ghost singer for even a joan crawford and lived to tell about it. >> and let us take a live look outside from our roof cam. this beautiful shot and here is janu with your forecast. >> thank-you, reggie. you can see if cloudy conditions and also dealing with lingering sparkles but it is going to taper off. 50s tonight and we are expecting to clear so expect another cool night. taking a look. stormtracker 4 we can still see some scattered rain on the screen but not much expected with the exception of just cloud coverage. and further clearing expected as we go into the evening hours. pretty much clear skies of there. as for temperatures? they are going to warm up. with 43 napa, of vallejo and 46 degrees in downtown san francisco. those towns are also going to be into the 50s. 52 in fairfield. 50s through downtown san francisco. and when we could see the next round of wet weather in my next forecast. >> thank-you, janu. >> arizona state and getting to get ready at at&t park. where l
. and it was gone. >> reporter: the snow made driving conditions miserable. state police reported hundreds of car crashes. across wisconsin, plows were out in heavy force. but the season's first snowfall was a welcome sight. >> it's definitely got everybody excited. >> reporter: winter was mild last year in parts of the midwest. so, businesses like towing companies and hardware stores gladly went to work. >> nice to see some snow. nice to see winter here. gets business back. >> reporter: across the south, a different weather threat. severe storms spawned tornadoes. officials confirmed one in southern louisiana. in the town of baker, strong winds tore the roof off a car wash, littering streets with debris. >> it was real scary. everything was just flying around, just tossed around. >> reporter: in edgewater, florida, about 30 mobile homes were no match for a heavy twister. >> i was at work. and i took a phone call from my husband. and he said, it's not good. you need to come home, now. >> reporter: the storms moved into alabama, northern georgia and southern tennessee, where meteorologists say win
that the conflict in afghanistan will be seen as anything but a rather miserable failure in the end? >> i think it will be. actually, it will be interestingly and maybe more positively paired with the war in iraq, being a discretionary war the u.s. undertook on the basis of incorrect information. i think the war in afghanistan it was undertaken for almost noncontroversial reasons within the united states. direct retribution for the attacks of 9/11 and where taliban al qaeda was at the time. i think the debate will be did the u.s. get distracted by afghanistan by the iraq venture and another way to wind it up than the one we have? it's interesting in the presidential campaign concluded there's so little debate about this with so little appetite on either side of the political divide to stay there longer, increase the bet and i think seen as a sadly concluded affair and we got in to it for understandable reasons. >> christin, something else on the fiscal cliff. a drop in confidence and zero u.s. economic growth with no agreement on this fiscal cliff and indeed a ripple effect in the eurozone and
, that life is not worth living anymore, they are miserable, but other people have to pay for their misery. other people have to die as well. >> hmm. he has been described by someone who knew him as very remote, one of the goths. we always talk about signs. what can we look for that is reliable indication that something is wrong here? >> nothing really. the problem, there are thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands of americans, who would have these same warning signs who are isolated, lonely, angry, maybe dress in black, but they don't kill. we simply cannot figure these people out and identify them in advance. these warning signs that we'll start hearing about are only crystal clear in the aftermath. we cannot predict. >> all right, james fox, i had ask you not to stray too far. we'll talk to you later. thank you very much. >>> well, the students and staff that escaped the school face a new challenge, coping with the unimaginable grief. teachers are being called heroes for sheltering students from the gunman as he moved through the school. one student described what happened with the pe
before the civil war. you think slavery was well entrenched. black people were miserable. that is not true at all. in washington, washington had about 30,000 people as a city. 12,000 of them were black. the majority free, no slaves. >> what led to the first race riots? jefferson morley recounts what happened, part of what today's through new year's day on c- span2's book tv. >> "washington journal" continues. host: damian paletta join us here at the table. thank you for joining us. this is the fourth time that congress has had a post- christmas lame duck session. what does that tell you about the magnitude of the issues? guest: it is not like an issue us.'s snuck up on expiring tax cuts, payroll tax cuts is going away. all these things have been out there for a long time. some of this was put off because of the election. they have to get some kind of deal to avert what can be a messy beginning of the new year. host: any deal is likely to be limited. guest: we have heard about the talks between president obama and john boehner. a grand deal that would include some changes
the same opportunities to be miserable. now is the time. i agree wholeheartedly. jessica tweeting us. >> bill: careful what you ask for. you might get it >> peter: saying the fact you can't sell your daughter for three goats and a cow means we have already redefined marriage. we are tweeting @bpshow. >> steve calling from dallas the texas. hey, steve. good morning. >> how is it going? >> first up. >> i am a first-time viewer. love the show. >> bill: great to have you on board. thank you. >> i wanted to say, to me, i have no problem with same-sex marriages. my whole thing is this is a subject that just needs to be put to rest. i mean i want to get to the bigger issues, the more issues, which is my economy. i want to know what's going on with that, where we are going to go from here. >> bill: yeah. caller: to me, it's more important than whether jimmy and johnny want to get married. >> bill: steve, i am so glad you said that because i think most americans -- at least more and more americans feel that way. right? let's focus on what's important i
, moonrise kingdom. life pi, les miserables -- >> that's not out yet either. >> and silver linings playbook. films will be honored at an event in hollywood next month. >> those are some pretty good films on the list. pretty good flicks this year. and still about two or three of them are not even out yet. they come out in the holiday season. all right. let's take a look at what's happening in michigan. it is an outrage and something we've got to get organized about and something we've got to fight. a new target. a new enemy this morning and that's governor rick schneider of michigan who has -- stabbed working families, working men and women of the state of michigan in the back. this is a state of course that was built by labor unions, has one of the highest percentages of union membership anywhere in the country. a state known for its union support and a state that really has been -- saves by labor unions particularly the autoworkers agreeing to significant cutbacks and benefits and salaries and everything to kee
a miserable economy, but we certainly don't have a freefall fiscal disaster with financial institutions collapsing. we don't have the fall of 2008 anymore. there's actually quite a lot of stability in financial institutions. and you could have a very interesting debate about whether this was ever a good idea, but i don't understand how you can justify it now, in an environment where -- that doesn't even faintl faintly rese the crisis circumstances of 2008. and if we're going to extend it now for two more years when there's clearly no need for it, it certainly seems to me to suggest an interest in making this a permanent feature of the american banking system -- permanent, unlimited, guarantees the socialization of deposits in country this country, which i think is a terrible idea. secondly, this a big contingent liability for taxpayers. it's about $1.5 trillion in deposits right now that fall into this category and are being guaranteed and would continue to be guaranteed if the guarantee were extended. it's also worth 2340e9in notings mostly benefits the big banks. big banks have a disp
leno with conan o'brien and that plan failed miserably. >> bill: yeah, how did that work out? >> horrendously. you may find more mcdonald's restaurants open on christmas day this year but those workers giving you your big mac and fries will not be getting a dime extra for working on the big holiday. raw story is reporting mcdonald's is encouraging its franchisees to open on christmas to help a final year-end sales push but they will not pay those employees who choose to work overtime. they say they will only ask the employees to voluntarily sign up for shifts. >> bill: you know, peter isn't that just outrageous? >> read between the lines. >> bill: this is why we need unions. this is why they should be able to organize. even if they volunteer to work on christmas at least give them time and a half. >> give them an extra french fry in the meal. >> yeah, right. if you drink a lot of diet pepsi, a big change is coming to the soda. you may not really notice. they're changing the type of artificial sweetener that t
my life misery? -- miserable, at that point some people lash out in horrible irrational ways and do something rash. and but they usually start planning it but they do something like this. usually even these people usually it's more killing the people at the center of their pain. so if the love life is the the center, girl friends. if it's work they kill their boss. in certain cases they expand that circle and lash out at everyone and that's what we have here. now in situations like this i don't know tho know this particular point. and i've avoided talking toobt actual cause in a case like this because we almost never know with any certainty a week out so i think it's irresponsible to even try to decide what happened in this case. and it's also sort of beyond the point. we don't want to find solutions chasing tafert last horror. we can't solve those poor kids in connecticut. what we can do is look at all the shootings, see what most of them have in common, what's usually behind the problem and solve that. and that's our best bet for stopping the next one. host: take a look at a coupl
a person who commits suicide and then homicide-suicide, not only are they so miserable this they are ready to die, but they feel that they need to get some sense of vengeance by killing other people and taking them with them. now, i know you want to predict and look around, parents want to see in their kids. you can't do that. it's really literally impossible to identify mass murderers in advance. what we can tell and parents can tell when their kids need assistance and need help and cowbell couns counseling, but can't predict they are going to be mass murderers. >> for more now and the new details involving the massacre, let's go straight to nbc's jay gray who is standing by in newtown. jay, what more can you tell us? >> reporter: well, craig, i think what you've said is very true, and what everybody has been talking about here, but i think it's important to point out there's been so much misinformation involved with this case that we're finally beginning to learn some of the very basic specifics here. we know that the accused gunman, adam lanza, did carry not only a semiautomatic weapon
, it would help the republican candidates. it didn't work, but they sure tried and they made life miserable on election day for millions of americans who were just trying to do their civic duty. too many people stood in long lines. too many people were unable to vote because they couldn't wait in long lines. in florida, for example, published reports indicate some voters waited in line as long as seven hours. couldn't cast their ballots until 2:30 in the morning. now, why would a voter hang in there? some of them were just mad, mad that the state of florida and this republican-inspired organization, alec, was doing everything it could to deny their right to vote, and they were darned determined to do it, even if it meant staying there seven hours, seven hours to vote. too many people were required to cast provisional ballots when they were, in fact, eligible and should have received a regular ballot. pennsylvania, for example, issued double the number of provisional ballots it did in 2008. now, the provisional ballot is given to a voter where there is some question as to their eligibility.
entrenched, the black people were miserable, the whites were cruel and indifferent. that is etched -- actually not true at all. washington had about 30,000 people. 12,000 were black. the majority of the black people in washington in 1830 were free. >> what led to the washington, d.c., first race riots? "snowstorm in august" sunday night on c-span2's booktv. "washington journal" continues. host: on fridays, we look at america by the numbers, and we want to look at hunter in america with caroline ratcliffe, and -- hundred in america, with caroline ratcliffe and alisha coleman- jensen. as you look through these figures, what surprised you the most? guest: thank you for having me. just to talk of all our main findings, our latest statistics aren't based on 2011 and the annual food security survey conducted in december, 2011, and we found that 14.9% of households were food insecure, lacking consistent access to adequate food. we found the rate has hovered around 14%-to-15% since 2008. it was at 11% in 2007. host: let me go to some headlines. the 15% of these households have trouble putt
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